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Nuh Fort Ruins, Overview
India

Hill Fort Ruins above the small town of Nuh, not sure about the name of this old fort. Below you can also see the tomb of Sheikh Musa, famous for its shaking minarets. These minarets are one of its kind in India, as these can vibrate/shake. If person shakes one of the pillars a person standing inside the adjacent minaret will feel vibrations

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